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How ESC's hit Baby Lasagna boosts tourism in Croatia

How ESC's hit Baby Lasagna boosts tourism in Croatia

The bookmakers had predicted it: Baby Lasagna was considered the favorite for the Eurovision Song Contest from the start.

But while he was in first place in the betting odds, his performance was adequate ESC 68 in Malmö just to Second place. But the Croatian “big boy” did not bring shame to his native country – on the contrary: as a dancing mascot in the Croatian national costume, he (whether intentionally or unintentionally) mobilized advertising for Croatian tourism.

Especially in Scandinavian countries, especially Sweden, Demand rose quickly. But the Baltic states, Germany, France and the Czech Republic are also eagerly looking for holiday destinations in Croatia, the Croatian National Tourist Board (HTZ) told The Guardian. news agency Hina Certain.

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“Demand in these markets is increasing from year to year, due to, among other things, New airlines “Open,” Tourism Association Director Vedran Susic said. Hina. In Sweden, Croatia faces significant competition from Spain, Greece and Turkey, and the Balkan country is also likely to be affected by Middle class Controlled.

But there is still room for improvement to make Croatia a top destination in Sweden, says Susic.

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Infrastructure is well underway

Croatian Airlines Announced on May 9, 2024 that 21 new destinations from the coastal city of Split From, including Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Stockholm. A total of 29 European airports are scheduled to arrive from Croatia during the peak season 17,200 trips for two million passengers.

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A sharp increase in visitor numbers from Slovakia is also expected this season, as new flights and a new railway line (Split – Bratislava) have been introduced.